The Advantages of Being a Public Loser

1)      You are relatable. Other losers like it when you speak publically about the problems losers usually have and call you brave for admitting your loserdom. Having loyalty of losers is less useful than having loyalty of powerful people, but it’s better than no loyalty at all.

2)      People aren’t jealous and don’t hate you cuz you’re beautiful.

3)      You don’t feel the pressure of looking good all the time. Expectations are low.

4)      Your pathetic life is an obstacle to overcome. You will look better compared to luckier/less losery people, when you actually overcome it.

5)      Since you’re outside the polite, friendly side of society, you’re potentially scarier to its members. With proper clothes and act, you get to seem like a potential serial killer without actually being one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15S0g8pG6HU

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8 Responses to The Advantages of Being a Public Loser

  1. Liz says:

    Great demotivational work! 🙂

  2. Eric says:

    In America, the bigger a loser you are, the more publically successful you become. Just look at Obama for example, or the parade of complete loser celebrities we have, and the losers who get famous by going on Oprah’s show—another loser herself.

    Even at the bottom of the pyramid, if you don’t have a job, you get paid better in welfare than you do by working. Thugs and drug-dealers have all the sex they can handle while research scientists and war-heroes are INCELS. Family are honored in the following order:

    1. Homosexual couples who adopt kids
    2. Single mothers who have no idea who fathered any of their kids
    3. Divorced single mothers who fleecing the cuckolded man with alimony
    4. Traditional, two-parent families, who are the object of public ridicule in America.

    Schools have followed the whole theme with ‘outcome-based education’ and billions are spent to ‘educate’ hopeless retards who will never learn to read or write while nothing is spent on above-average kids who are laughed at as ‘nerds’.

    It’s an unbelievably rich culture over here for losers. Women who can’t lift 10 lbs. can become Army Rangers. Women who are 80 lbs. overweight can become models and win beauty contests. So can men who want to be women, BTW. Limp-wristed metrosexual males can make the ’10 Hottest Guys’ lists, while real men are laughed at as ‘phony machos’. Self-made millionaire CEOs are treated like criminals and alcoholic homeless bums are treated as saints. Retarded athletes are paid millions and held up as cultural icons while scientists are forced to most of their time begging for research grants. Most universities, in fact, are closing down a lot of their science programs but focusing more on ‘activist’ courses.

    After having written this long article, I feel like expatting to Norway….

    • emmatheemo says:

      Well, I have no problem with people using whatever works. If being a loser is rewarded and you can’t do better right now, might as well do it. Then you’ll be a winner 😀

  3. Liz says:

    “It’s an unbelievably rich culture over here for losers. Women who can’t lift 10 lbs. can become Army Rangers. Women who are 80 lbs. overweight can become models and win beauty contests. So can men who want to be women, BTW. Limp-wristed metrosexual males can make the ’10 Hottest Guys’ lists, while real men are laughed at as ‘phony machos’. Self-made millionaire CEOs are treated like criminals and alcoholic homeless bums are treated as saints. Retarded athletes are paid millions and held up as cultural icons while scientists are forced to most of their time begging for research grants. Most universities, in fact, are closing down a lot of their science programs but focusing more on ‘activist’ courses.

    After having written this long article, I feel like expatting to Norway….”

    Damn, how true.
    ‘cept I’m not sure Norway is any better.

  4. Alan Phan says:

    Was this in response to something ridiculous/illogical you read Emma?

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